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Breakthrough at Cassino

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Early May 1944. 1st Lieutenant Ralph Giovanniello in his P­40 Warhawk and Captain Bob Johnson piloting his A­36 Apache, both from the 27th Fighter Bomber Group, overfly the ruined town of Monte Cassino (Italy) after attacking German defensive positions atop Monastery Hill. Below, British and American tanks prepare for the final assault.

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